• Whakarewarewa All Day Pass

All Day Pass to Rotorua’s iconic living Maori village

 Newly introduced in 2022, our All-Day Pass gives our guests the opportunity to experience everything geothermal & cultural that we have to offer.
Our All-Day Pass gives you access to an Iconic Village Guided Tour, our Geothermal Trails, and one of our daily Cultural Performances. Ideal for the entire family

 

Whakarewarewa All Day Pass

Tour Times:  10am, 12pm & 2pm – 1 hour duration

Performance Times: 11.15am, 12:30pm – approximately 45 minutes

Geothermal Trails: approximately 1 – 1.5 hours, can be experienced at any time between 9am & 4pm.  NOTE:  this is self-guided.

Suggested Itineraries – PLEASE ENSURE YOU ARRIVE AT LEAST 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE TIME YOU HAVE CHOSEN TO BEGIN YOUR EXPERIENCE.

MORNING – 9am Geothermal Trails 10am Guided Tour, 11.15am Performance – 10am Guided Tour, 11.15am Performance, 12pm Geothermal Trails  – 11.15am Performance, 12.30pm Guided Tour, 1.30pm Geothermal Trails

AFTERNOON – 12.30pm Performance, 1.15pm Geothermal Trails, 2pm Guided Tour

Health and Safety: Please note that all  visitors to our Village will be notified of any NZ Health Department processes and procedure in relation to Covid-19 best-practice guidelines and that anyone who breaches these guidelines will be asked to immediately leave the Village property.

OPEN Daily – April to September 10am to 3pm (Last Entry at 2:15pm). October to March 9am to 4pm (Last Entry at 3.15pm)

PRICES:

  • Adult$90
  • Child (5-15 yr.) $39.50
  • Senior (Gold Card) $81
  • Infant under 5 yrs FREE

CANCELLATION: 100% Guarantee to refund your booking, less any transaction fee

ENTRY: 17 Tryon St. Rotorua. Phone: 07 349 3463

SAFETY: Your 1  hour Guided Tour & Geothermal Trails experiences require you to wear comfortable walking shoes and weather appropriate clothing.

CAUTION: Follow ALL public Covid regulations and KEEP to the Identified walkways at All times. Maximum 20 to 30 people per guided tour!

Bookings available from 1st October

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Enter Te Whakarewarewa Valley and experience the unique Māori culture and heritage of the village. Our Living Māori Village is owned and operated by local residents, providing an intimate look into day-to-day life in a Living Māori Village.For over 200 years the Tūhourangi Ngāti Wāhiao tribe have welcomed visitors into their backyard, opening the doors to their way life and sharing the geothermal treasures.
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Cultural Performances

Take a glimpse into our world of performing arts while partaking in one of our daily Cultural Performances. Let our local performers serenade you with melodious song & dance pertaining to our people, including the fiery, world famous 'Haka'.Please note that we have limited numbers per performance.
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  • "So informative full of history. Very authentic... Delicious hangi one must try when there. Having been to other Villages this one is one of a kind! "
    Karolina – Palmerston North, New Zealand – via TripAdvisor
  • "It is once impressive for the landscape itself and twice impressive for the fact that it is a populated village where people get on with their lives by utilising the earth’s powers ."
    PhillipP- 03/2020 – via TripAdvisor
  • "The welcome at Whakarewarewa brought me to tears... Our guide was friendly, funny and informative."
    Susie – Rotorua, New Zealand – via TripAdvisor
  • "The Guide’s passion for their home was so beautiful and genuine. The waiata to finish the tour brought a tear to my eyes."
    Monique Enoka-Davidson – New Zealand – 01/2021- via Google Map
  • "Amazing heritage in this area, very friendly and inviting." 
    Estee Blom- New Zealand – 01/2021- via Google Map